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BerrChemAPI 100%

Berrchem Company Ltd API List 136470 -78 -5 Aba cavir 1542 29-19-3 Abiraterone 2 26954 -04 -7 AC-5216 579 60-19-7 Ace qui nocyl 6622 -91 -9 4 -(A cetic A cid) Pyridin e hydr ochloride 5 -Acetylami no-2-a mino-4-picoli ne 9 3273 -63 -3 4-Acetyl-2-bromobenz onitrile 49 669 -13 -8 2-A cetyl-6 -bromopyridine 561 72-71-5 1 -Acetyl-cycl opropane carboxylic aci d 57 756 -36 -2 4 -Acetyl -2,3,4, 5-tetrahydr o-1 H-1, 4-benz odiaz epine 550 79-83-9 Acitretin 5507 7-3 0-0 Aclatoniu m na padisilate 1052 3-6 8-9 2-A dama ntanami ne hydrochlori de 10 6941 -25 -7 Adefovir 199 1-1 0-1 aldrich 8 0863 -62 -3 A LITAME 315 -30 -0 Allopurinol 850 649 -62 -6 Alogliptin ben zoat e 2552 6-9 3-6 Alovudi ne 8 50-52-2 ALT REN OGEST 645 -05 -6 Altretami ne 1 7703 6-9 4-1 AMBRISENTAN 616 18-27-7 Amfe nac sodi um 773 7-1 7-9 Ami noacetone hydr ochl oride 2498 -50 -2 4-A minoben zami dine Dihydrochlori de 3 7141 -01 -8 1-A minoben zene -3,4, 5-tricar boxylic a cid 23031 -78 -9 3-A mino-1, 2benzis othiaz ole 7644 -4-4 2-Ami no-4’-bromoa cetop hen one HCl 207 76-51-6 2-a mino-3 -bromoben zoic aci d 13577 6-9 8-6 (2-A mino-4 -bromo-p henyl)-p henyl-metha none 2-Amino-4 ’-chlor oacetophe none HCl salt 89604-91-1 7-Ami no-3-Chl oro Cep halos porani c Acid 5399 4-6 9-7 7 -Amin o-3-Chlor o Cephal ospora nic Acid 112 885 -41 -3 4-A mino-5 -chloro-2 -ethoxy-N-((4 -(4-fluor obe nzyl)-2 -morph olinyl)methyl)benza mid e 100371 0-8 3-5 2 -Amin o-5-chlor o-4 -fluor o-3 -hydr oxypyridi ne 14394 -56 -0 6-A mino-4 -Chl oro-5-M ethylpyrimidi ne 51564 -92 -2 2-A mino-6 -chloro-4 -pi coline 58 483 -95 -7 5-AMI NO-2-CHLOROPYRIDI NE-4 -CA RBOXY LIC ACID 214 353 -17 -0 2'-A mino-5'-chl oro-2,2,2 -triflu oroacetop henone hydrochl oride monohydrate 6850 -39 -1 3-A mino-cy clohe xan ol 10701 7-7 2-1 1-A mino-cy clopr opan emet hanol 161 735 -79 -1 1-A mino-cy clopr opan emet hanol 107 017 -72 -1 1-A mino-cy clopr opan emet hanol HCl 127946 -77 -4 1-A mino-Cy clopr opyl Cyanic Hydrochlori de 3 7148 -48 -4 4-A mino-3,5 -di chlor oacet oph enone 1 7377 2-6 3-9 3-A mino-2 ,4-dichl oropyridi ne 5 177 -27 -5 5-A mino-2,4 -di chlor opyrimi dine 933 -20 -0 2 -a mino-4,6 -di chlor otriazine 8620 9-4 4-1 2 -Amin o-4 ,6-diflu orometh oxypyri midine 49 701 -24 -8 4-AMINO-2,5 -DIMETH OXY -N -METHY LBE NZENE S ULFONAMIDE 5018 -45 -1 4-AMI NO-5,6 -DIMET HOXY PY RIMIDI NE 4096 3-1 4-2 "2 -Ami no-2,3 -di methylbuta cetami de "

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Chemistry 12 SOLUTIONS 98%

Step 4 There is a methyl group on the second carbon, so the prefix is 2-methyl-.

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Antonie constants table.PDF 98%

137 254 N 19 15 CHNS isothiocyanic-acid 0.00000 0.000 0.000 0 0 0 16 CH2CL2 dichloromethane 7.08030 1138.910 231.460 -44 59 Y2 0 17 CH2CLF chlorofluoromethane 6.20452 740.39 231.86 -55 12 N 12 18 CH2F2 difluoromethane 7.13890 821.700 244.700 -82 -32 Y4 0 19 CH2I2 diiodomethane 6.94246 1567.800 204.000 83 232 Y10 0 20 CH2O formaldehyde 7.15610 957.240 243.010 -88 -2 Y2 0 21 CH2O2 formic-acid 7.37790 1563.280 247.070 -2 136 Y1 0 22 CH3BR bromomethane 6.95970 986.590 238.330 -58 53 Y2 0 23 CH3CL chloromethane 6.99440 902.450 243.610 -93 -7 Y2 0 24 CH3F fluoromethane 7.09760 740.220 253.890 -132 -64 Y2 0 25 CH3I iodomethane 6.98800 1146.340 236.660 -13 52 Y2 0 26 CH3NO2 nitromethane 7.04400 1291.000 209.010 5 136 Y2 0 27 CH3NO2 methyl-nitrite 0.00000 0.000 0.000 0 0 0 28 CH3NO3 methyl-nitrate 0.00000 0.000 0.000 0 0 0 29 CH4 methane 6.69561 405.420 267.777 -181 -152 Y3 0 30 CH4O methanol 8.07240 1574.990 238.870 -16 91 Y2 0 31 CH4S methanethiol 7.03163 1015.547 238.706 -70 25 Y3 0 32 CH5N methylamine 7.49690 1079.150 240.240 -61 38 Y2 0 33 C2CL4 tetrachloroethene 7.02000 1415.490 221.010 34 187 Y2 0 34 C2CL6 hexachloroethane 7.08633 1626.945 197.048 33 186 Y6 0 35 C2CL3F3 112trichlorotrifluoroethane 6.88030 1099.900 227.500 -25 83 Y4 0 36 C2CL2F4 12dichlorotetrafluoroethane 6.87084 942.336 232.632 -95 4 Y6 0 37 C2CLF5 chloropentafluoroethane 6.83330 802.970 242.280 -98 -43 Y2 0 38 C2F4 tetrafluoroethene 6.89660 683.840 245.940 -133 -63 Y2 0 39 C2F6 hexafluoroethane 6.79330 657.060 246.220 -103 -73 Y2 0 40 C2N2 cyanogen 6.43629 576.579 182.308 -77 -4 Y7 0 41 C2HCL3 trichloroethene 7.02810 1315.100 230.010 -13 127 Y2 0 42 C2HCL5 pentachloroethane 6.74000 1378.000 197.000 25 162 Y4 0 43 C2HF3 trifluoroethene 5.68715 491.359 227.23 -93 -31 N 49 44 C2H2 acetylene(ethyne) 9.14020 1232.600 280.900 -129 -83 Y3 0 45 C2H2CL2 1,1-dichloroethene 6.97220 1099.400 237.200 -28 32 Y4 0 http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat (1 of 14)6/14/2007 11:39:58 AM http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 C2H2CL2 C2H2CL2 C2H2CL4 C2H2F2 C2H2F2 C2H2F2 C2H2O C2H3BR C2H3CL C2H3CL3 C2H3CLO C2H3F C2H3F3 C2H3N C2H4 C2H4BR2 C2H4CL2 C2H4CL2 C2H4F2 C2H4I2 C2H4O C2H4O C2H4O2 C2H4O2 C2H4OS C2H4S C2H5BR C2H5CL C2H5F C2H5I C2H5N C2H5NO2 C2H5NO3 C2H6 C2H6O C2H6O C2H6O2 C2H6S C2H6S C2H6S2 C2H7N C2H7N C3H3N C3H4 C3H4 C3H4O2 C3H5BR C3H5CL C3H5CL3 C3H5I C3H5N cis-1,2-dichloroethene trans-1,2-dichloroethene 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane 1,1-difluoroethene cis-1,2-difluoroethene trans-1,2-difluoroethene ketene bromoethylene chloroethene 1,1,2-trichloroethane acetyl-chloride fluoroethene 1,1,1-trifluoroethane acetonitrile ethylene 1,2-dibromoethane 1,1-dichloroethane 1,2-dichloroethane 1,1-difluoroethane 1,2-diiodoethane ethylene-oxide acetaldehyde acetic-acid methyl-formate thioacetic-acid thiacyclopropane bromoethane chloroethane fluoroethane iodoethane ethylenimine nitroethane ethyl-nitrate ethane methyl-ether ethyl-alcohol ethylene-glycol methyl-sulfide ethanethiol methyl-disulfide ethylamine dimethylamine acrylonitrile allene(propadiene) propyne(methylacetylene) acrylic-acid 3-bromo-1-propene 3-chloro-1-propene 1,2,3-trichloropropane 3-iodo-1-propene propionitrile http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat (2 of 14)6/14/2007 11:39:58 AM 7.02230 6.96510 6.63170 6.34918 5.31401 5.31401 6.95730 7.24379 6.49710 6.96530 6.84070 6.33949 6.90380 7.07350 6.74756 6.72148 6.98530 7.02530 7.03000 6.98834 7.27010 7.05650 7.29960 7.17040 7.74889 7.03725 6.92000 6.94000 6.97850 6.95900 7.13230 7.58777 7.16370 6.83452 7.31640 8.21330 8.79450 6.94879 6.95206 6.97792 7.38620 7.06390 6.91630 5.71370 6.78485 7.19260 7.05187 6.93880 7.00280 6.96930 6.93010 1205.400 1141.900 1228.100 491.359 491.359 491.359 803.100 1219.308 783.400 1351.000 1062.860 593.551 788.210 1279.200 585.000 1280.820 1171.420 1271.250 910.000 1647.100 1115.100 1070.600 1479.020 1125.200 1479.02 1194.370 1090.810 1012.780 854.210 1232.000 1133.700 1671.266 1338.800 663.700 1025.560 1652.050 2615.400 1090.755 1084.531 1346.342 1137.300 1024.400 1208.300 458.060 803.730 1441.500 1259.83 1099.600 1484.100 1316.500 1277.200 230.600 231.900 179.900 227.239 227.23 227.23 238.010 264.021 230.010 217.000 217.630 243.111 243.240 224.010 255.000 201.750 228.130 222.940 244.000 201.000 244.150 236.010 216.820 230.560 216.82 232.420 231.720 236.680 246.160 229.000 210.010 241.187 224.900 256.470 256.060 231.480 244.910 230.799 231.385 218.863 235.860 238.010 222.010 196.070 229.080 193.010 232.04 226.010 204.010 220.000 218.010 0 -38 25 -140 -78 -78 -103 -88 -88 29 -36 -149 -3 -13 -153 52 -31 -33 -35 98 -73 -63 17 -48 40 -35 -47 -73 -103 30 -25 -21 0 -143 -94 -3 91 -47 -49 6 -58 -55 -18 -99 -90 42 17 -43 42 20 -3 84 85 130 -86 2.6 2.6 -18 16 17 155 82 -72 27 117 -91 131 79 100 0 253 37 47 157 51 106 77 60 37 -21 60 86 114 60 -75 -8 96 221 58 56 135 43 37 112 -16 -6 177 93 77 197 142 132 Y4 0 Y4 0 Y4 0 Y7 0 N 49 N 49 Y2 0 Y6 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y6 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y3 0 Y4 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y10 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 N 68 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y4 0 Y2 0 Y6 0 Y4 0 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y1 0 N 109 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y10 0 Y2 0 http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 C3H6 C3H6 C3H6BR2 C3H6CL2 C3H6CL2 C3H6CL2 C3H6I2 C3H6O C3H6O C3H6O C3H6O C3H6S C3H7BR C3H7BR C3H7CL C3H7CL C3H7F C3H7F C3H7I C3H7I C3H7NO2 C3H7NO2 C3H7NO3 C3H7NO3 C3H8 C3H8O C3H8O C3H8O C3H8S C3H8S C3H8S C3H9N C3H9N C4F8 C4H2 C4H4 C4H4O C4H4S C4H6 C4H6 C4H6 C4H6 C4H6 C4H6O3 C4H7N C4H7N C4H8 C4H8 C4H8 C4H8 C4H8 propene cyclopropane 1,2-dibromopropane 1,2-dichloropropane 1,3-dichloropropane 2,2-dichloropropane 1,2-diiodopropane propylene-oxide allyl-alcohol propionaldehyde acetone thiacyclobutane 1-bromopropane 2-bromopropane 1-chloropropane 2-chloropropane 1-fluoropropane 2-fluoropropane 1-iodopropane 2-iodopropane 1-nitropropane 2-nitropropane propyl-nitrate isopropyl-nitrate propane ethyl-methyl-ether propyl-alcohol isopropyl-alcohol ethyl-methyl-sulfide 1-propanethiol 2-propanethiol propylamine trimethylamine octafluorocyclobutane butadiyne(biacetylene) 1buten3yne(vinylacetylene) furan thiophene 1,2-butadiene 1,3-butadiene 1-butyne(ethylacetylene) 2-butyne(dimethylacetylene) cyclobutene acetic-anhydride butyronitrile isobutyronitrile 1-butene 2-butene,cis 2-butene,trans 2-methylpropene cyclobutane http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat (3 of 14)6/14/2007 11:39:58 AM 6.81960 6.88790 6.89105 6.96540 6.97186 6.94820 6.0765 6.65460 7.34240 7.04930 7.23160 7.01667 7.03766 7.00463 6.93110 6.96540 6.95330 7.07451 7.22121 7.01670 7.11460 7.48654 7.73719 6.42006 6.80398 5.88190 7.61920 8.11820 6.93849 6.92846 6.87734 6.94680 6.97040 6.81530 5.51917 6.95300 6.97530 6.95926 6.99383 6.84999 6.98198 7.07338 6.95769 7.12160 7.03960 7.21591 6.84290 6.86926 6.86952 6.84134 6.91630 785.000 856.010 1419.600 1296.400 1376.200 1201.100 1507.41 915.310 1271.700 1154.800 1277.030 1321.331 1259.836 1223.475 1121.120 1081.600 965.180 965.18 1507.410 1340.448 1467.450 1664.036 1721.723 1018.568 803.810 504.490 1375.140 1580.920 1182.562 1183.307 1113.895 1108.200 968.700 862.490 460.684 957.000 1060.850 1246.020 1041.117 930.546 988.750 1101.710 1009.320 1427.770 1390.700 1390.7 926.100 960.100 960.800 923.200 1024.540 247.000 -112 246.510 -93 212.000 50 221.000 15 216.000 34 226.000 -6 244.7 125 208.290 -48 188.010 13 229.010 -38 237.230 -32 224.513 -5 232.042 -53 236.508 -62 230.210 -43 230.010 -48 239.500 -70 239.5 -49 244.701 -36 234.365 -43 215.230 59 240.995 -19 245.490 0 183.528 0 246.990 -108 160.760 -68 193.010 12 219.620 0 224.784 -26 224.624 -25 226.157 -37 224.010 -38 234.010 -58 225.150 -32 164.594 -78 230.010 -73 227.750 -35 221.350 -12 242.274 -26 238.854 -58 233.010 -68 235.810 -30 244.986 -77 198.050 35 217.000 34 217 49 240.000 -81 237.000 -73 240.000 -76 240.000 -82 241.380 -73 -32 -28 250 135 162 105 275 67 127 77 77 120 71 60 77 67 30 8 103 90 131 120 70 70 -25 37 127 101 90 91 75 77 32 1 0 32 90 108 30 14 27 47 2 164 160 127 13 23 20 12 17 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y4 0 Y2 0 Y10 0 Y10 0 N 115 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y3 0 Y6 0 Y6 0 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y10 0 N 113 Y6 0 Y6 0 Y4 0 Y6 0 Y6 0 Y6 0 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 Y1 0 Y6 0 Y1 0 Y1 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y6 0 Y2 0 Y2 0 N 141 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y3 0 Y2 0 http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 C4H8BR2 C4H8BR2 C4H8I2 C4H8O C4H8O C4H8O2 C4H8O2 C4H8S C4H9BR C4H9BR C4H9BR C4H9CL C4H9CL C4H9CL C4H9CL C4H9I C4H9N C4H9NO2 C4H9NO2 C4H10 C4H10 C4H10O C4H10O C4H10O C4H10O C4H10O C4H10O C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S C4H10S2 C4H11N C4H11N C4H11N C4H11N C5H5N C5H6S C5H6S C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 1,2-dibromobutane 2,3-dibromobutane 1,2-diiodobutane butyraldehyde 2-butanone p-dioxane ethyl-acetate thiacyclopentane 1-bromobutane 2-bromobutane 2-bromo-2-methylpropane 1-chlorobutane 2-chlorobutane 1-chloro-2-methylpropane 2-chloro-2-methylpropane 2-iodo-2-methylpropane pyrrolidine 1-nitrobutane 2-nitrobutane butane 2-methylpropane(isobutane) ethyl-ether methyl-propyl-ether methyl-isopropyl-ether butyl-alcohol sec-butyl-alcohol tert-butyl-alcohol ethylsulfide isopropyl-methyl-sulfide methyl-propyl-sulfide 1-butanethiol 2-butanethiol 2-methyl-1-propanethiol 2-methyl-2-propanethiol ethyl-disulfide butylamine sec-butylamine tert-butylamine diethylamine pyridine 2-methylthiophene 3-methylthiophene 1,2-pentadiene 1,3-pentadiene,cis 1,3-pentadiene,trans 1,4-pentadiene 2,3-pentadiene 3-methyl-1,2-butadiene 2-methyl-1,3-butadiene 1-pentyne 2-pentyne http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat (4 of 14)6/14/2007 11:39:58 AM 7.25696 7.20023 6.2433 7.02120 7.20870 7.00630 7.01460 6.99540 6.92254 6.82724 6.66850 6.93790 6.94470 6.95304 6.86710 7.2539 6.92460 6.86715 7.25197 6.80896 6.91048 6.92032 6.11860 6.24495 7.47680 7.47430 7.31990 6.92836 6.90196 6.95545 6.92754 6.88698 6.88746 6.78781 6.97507 7.21300 7.15069 6.78309 6.97240 6.98820 6.93897 6.98611 6.91820 6.91089 6.91317 6.83543 6.96216 6.94350 6.88564 6.96730 7.04614 1759.076 1691.481 1507.41 1233.000 1368.210 1288.500 1211.900 1401.939 1298.608 1229.080 1129.700 1227.430 1195.800 1205.079 1114.900 1507.41 1179.990 1467.45 1664.03 935.860 946.350 1064.070 708.690 708.69 1362.390 1314.190 1154.480 1257.833 1232.170 1284.320 1281.018 1229.904 1237.282 1115.565 1485.970 1308.400 1238.300 993.262 1127.000 1344.200 1326.480 1363.840 1104.991 1101.923 1103.840 1017.995 1126.837 1103.901 1071.578 1092.520 1189.870 235.009 230.223 244.7 223.010 236.510 211.010 216.010 219.607 219.700 220.000 225.000 224.110 226.010 227.046 229.010 244.7 205.260 215.23 240.99 238.730 246.680 228.800 179.900 179.9 178.730 186.510 177.660 218.662 221.670 219.660 218.100 222.021 220.313 221.314 208.958 224.200 227.000 210.493 220.010 212.010 214.310 216.780 228.851 229.367 231.724 231.461 227.841 230.890 233.513 227.190 229.600 8 5 110 -18 -16 2 -13 14 19 10 -7 -18 -23 -54 -38 42 27 86 75 -78 -87 -61 0 -12 15 25 20 -6 -13 -4 -2 -13 -10 1 40 -14 -9 19 -31 12 9 11 -20 -17 -16 -33 -13 -20 -18 -43 -33 166 161 246 107 103 137 112 147 141 146 110 112 102 69 87 124 127 182 167 19 7 20 39 51 131 120 103 117 109 120 123 109 113 87 182 100 98 75 77 152 138 141 66 65 63 46 69 62 55 62 78 Y6 Y6 N Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y3 Y10 Y9 Y10 Y2 Y1 Y6 Y1 N Y2 N N Y3 Y3 Y4 Y4 N Y2 Y2 Y2 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y2 Y10 Y6 Y2 Y2 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y1 Y4 0 0 115 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115 0 117 118 0 0 0 0 170 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 C5H8 C5H8 C5H8 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10 C5H10BR2 C5H10O C5H10O C5H10S C5H10S C5H11BR C5H11CL C5H11CL C5H11CL C5H12 C5H12 C5H12 C5H12O C5H12O C5H12O C5H12S C5H12S C5H12S C5H12S C6CL6 C6F6 C6H4CL2 C6H4CL2 C6H4CL2 C6H4F2 C6H4F2 C6H4F2 C6H5BR C6H5CL C6H5F C6H5I C6H6 C6H6O C6H6S C6H7N C6H7N C6H7N C6H10 C6H10 C6H10 C6H10 3-methyl-1-butyne cyclopentene spiropentane 1-pentene 2-pentene,cis 2-pentene,trans 2-methyl-1-butene 3-methyl-1-butene 2-methyl-2-butene cyclopentane 2,3-dibromo-2-methylbutane valeraldehyde 2-pentanone thiacyclohexane cyclopentanethiol 1-bromopentane 1-chloropentane 1-chloro-3-methylbutane 2-chloro-2-methylbutane pentane 2-methylbutane(isopentane) 2,2-dimethypropane methyl-tert-butyl-ether pentyl-alcohol tert-pentyl-alcohol butyl-methyl-sulfide ethyl-propyl-sulfide 2-methyl-2-butanethiol 1-pentanethiol hexachlorobenzene hexafluorobenzene o-dichlorobenzene m-dichlorobenzene p-dichlorobenzene m-difluorobenzene o-difluorobenzene p-difluorobenzene bromobenzene chlorobenzene fluorobenzene iodobenzene benzene phenol benzenethiol 2-picoline 3-picoline aniline 1-hexyne cyclohexene 1-methylcyclopentene 3-methylcyclopentene http://www.engr.umd.edu/~nsw/ench250/antoine.dat (5 of 14)6/14/2007 11:39:58 AM 6.88480 6.92070 6.91700 6.84650 6.87274 6.90575 6.87314 6.82618 6.91562 6.88676 7.36735 7.01920 6.95000 6.90518 6.91497 6.95580 6.96617 6.79527 6.95902 6.87632 6.83315 6.60427 5.896 7.17760 7.87530 6.94583 6.93380 6.82837 6.93311 9.78602 7.03300 7.07030 7.30370 6.99800 7.06582 7.02031 7.08812 6.86060 6.97810 7.18700 7.01190 6.90565 7.13450 6.99019 7.03240 7.05020 7.24180 6.91212 6.87240 6.86884 6.87259 1014.810 1121.810 1090.080 1044.895 1067.951 1083.987 1053.780 1013.474 1095.088 1124.162 1695.900 1316.000 1274.600 1422.470 1388.630 1401.634 1332.890 1258.5 1258.500 1075.780 1040.730 883.420 708.69 1314.560 1604.700 1363.808 1341.570 1254.885 1369.479 4597.570 1227.980 1649.550 1782.400 1575.110 1310.27 1310.271 1310.27 1438.820 1431.050 1381.830 1640.130 1211.033 1516.070 1529.454 1415.730 1481.770 1675.300 1194.600 1221.900 1199.600 1165.600 227.110 233.460 231.100 233.516 230.585 232.965 232.788 236.816 232.842 231.361 207.000 215.010 210.910 211.720 212.050 214.380 218.500 223 223.000 233.205 235.445 227.782 179.9 168.160 208.160 212.074 212.510 218.759 211.314 355.961 215.500 213.320 230.010 208.520 222.58 222.587 222.58 205.450 217.560 235.570 208.780 220.790 174.570 203.048 211.580 211.210 200.010 225.000 223.180 225.000 227.000 -55 -29 3 -55 -49 -49 -53 -63 -48 -40 81 4 2 29 81 41 24 39 7 -50 -57 -13 2 37 55 17 14 -3 20 114 -3 58 53 54 36 31 34 47 47 -23 17 -16 72 52 79 74 67 -8 27 -5 -10 47 105 71 51 58 58 52 41 60 72 218 139 137 170 173 173 148 124 123 58 49 29 80 138 133 150 145 125 153 309 117 210 202 204 114 130 112 177 147 97 197 104 208 198 169 185 227 118 87 130 119 Y4 Y1 Y4 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y10 Y1 Y1 Y3 Y4 Y10 Y10 N Y10 Y3 Y3 Y3 N Y2 Y1 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y3 Y6 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 N Y6 N Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y3 Y2 Y3 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y9 Y1 Y8 Y8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 217 0 0 0 0 170 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 234 0 234 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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22311963 OPTIMIZATION OF MAHUA OIL METHYL ESTER BY USING TAGUCHI EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN Priya S.

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2-FMC) Pentedrone (α-methylaminovalerophenone) 1246 I N 2-(methylamino)-1-phenylpentan-1-one)(Positional Isomers:3-methylethcathinone (3-MEC), 4ethylmethcathinone (4-EMC), 4-methylbuphedrone (4MeMABP;4-MeBP), 3,4-dimethylmethcathinone (3,4DMMC),N-ethylbuphedrone (NEB),N-ethyl-Nmethylcathinone(EMC)) Mephedrone (4-Methyl-N-methylcathinone) 1248 I N (Positional Isomers:

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J Chem Eng Data 55, 2010, 5359-5364 90%

G4 W1BD 1-methylcyclopropene 1,1-dichloroethene 1,1-difluoroethene 2-methyl-1-propene acetaldehyde acetic acid acetone acetonitrile acetylene bicyclo[1.1.0]butane carbon dioxide carbon disulfide carbon monoxide carbonic difluoride chloroethene chloromethane chlorotrifluoromethane cis-1,2-dichloroethene cis-2-butene cyanogen chloride cyclobutene cyclopropane cyclopropanecarbonitrile cyclopropene dichloromethane difluoromethane dimethyl sulfoxide 244.0 2.0 to 2.2 -344.0 to -325.0 -17.9 -170.7 -435.4 to -431.9 -218.5 to -216.4 65.9 to 74.0 226.7 to 227.4 217.0 -393.5 116.9 to 117.1 -110.5 -640.6 ( 5.9 to -638.9 21.0 to 38.1 -85.9 to -81.9 -739.5 to -699.0 -3.0 to 4.3 -7.7 138.0 157.0 39.3 to 53.3 180.6 to 182.7 277.0 -95.7 to -95.1 -452.2 to -450.7 -150.5 241.5 2.8 -348.1 -15.3 -165.3 -428.8 -214.9 73.3 229.1 224.6 -396.0 105.8 -113.7 -606.0 22.8 -81.1 -707.6 0.6 -3.6 129.3 163.9 55.2 186.3 285.1 -92.5 -450.3 -146.7 235.7 -5.1 -357.2 -22.7 -168.6 -435.3 -221.2 73.8 228.3 219.3 -394.6 114.4 -110.1 -612.3 16.3 -88.3 -720.9 -8.6 -12.0 132.7 155.8 49.3 184.7 280.6 -102.5 -457.5 -157.4 dimethylamine ethane ethanol ethylene ethylene oxide fluoroethene formaldehyde formic acid furan hydrogen cyanide methane methanethiol methanol methylamine methylenecyclopropane oxetane phosgene propene propylene oxide propyne pyrrole tetrafluoromethane trans-1,2-dichloroethene trans-2-butene trichloromethane trifluoromethane trimethylamine -19.0 to -23.8 -84.7 to -83.8 -235.3 to -232.4 52.4 to 52.5 -52.6 to -70.2 -136.0 -108.6 -379.2 to -378.3 -27.7 to -34.7 135.1 -74.8 to -73.4 -22.8 -214.0 to -200.6 -23.5 to -12.2 201.0 -80.5 ( 0.6 -220.1 to -209.5 20.4 -94.7 to -117.1 185.4 108.3 to 143.2 -953.4 to -908.8 (-678.0) -1.0 to 1.7 -10.8 -103.2 to -102.9 -697.1 to -690.8 -23.7 to -30.7 -15.3 -82.9 -233.1 52.6 -53.1 -140.7 -111.2 -377.6 -32.6 128.5 -74.4 -21.6 -200.3 -19.3 193.8 -78.7 -220.7 21.1 -93.8 186.2 109.7 -931.7 3.2 -9.0 -100.4 -695.2 -24.4 -21.0 -88.6 -240.7 50.0 -55.9 -147.0 -110.5 -381.0 -39.6 131.2 -76.4 -28.2 -205.1 -24.6 188.6 -84.9 -226.6 15.6 -98.9 183.3 102.6 -944.5 -6.0 -16.9 -110.6 -705.4 -30.4 a Experimental values are the lower and upper boundaries of multiple individual data points with likely outlying experimental data given in parentheses.

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J Chem Engr Data 56, 2011, 350-355 87%

The G4 prediction of 8.32 eV is at the lower formula C4H4 C4H4 C4H4 C3H3N C4H6 C4H6 C3H5N C4H8 C4H8 C4H8 C3H7N C3H7N C3H6O C3H6O C3H6O C2H4O2 C2H2F2 C5H4 C5H4 C5H6 C5H6 C5H6 C5H6 C5H6 C5H6 C4H5N C3O2 C4H4O C3H4N2 C3H4N2 C5H8 C5H8 C4H7N CHF3 C3H6N2 C4H8O C5H12 C5H12 C5H12 C4N2 C6H4 C6H4 C6H4 CS2 C6H6 C6H6 C6H6 C6H6 C2H6OS C4H4N2 C4H4N2 C4H4N2 CAS-RN 689-97-4 2873-50-9 1120-53-2 107-13-1 157-33-5 822-35-5 6788-85-8 115-11-7 590-18-1 624-64-6 1072-44-2 503-29-7 75-56-9 503-30-0 75-56-9 64-19-7 75-38-7 21986-03-8 24442-69-1 1574-40-9 646-05-9 542-92-7 78-80-8 5164-35-2 6746-94-7 109-97-7 504-64-3 110-00-9 288-32-4 288-13-1 185-94-4 157-40-4 109-96-6 75-46-7 1467-79-4 109-99-9 78-78-4 463-82-1 109-66-0 1071-98-3 16668-68-1 16668-67-0 6929-94-8 75-15-0 5291-90-7 71-43-2 5649-95-6 3227-90-5 67-68-5 290-37-9 289-80-5 289-95-2 52.0746 52.0746 52.0746 53.0626 54.0904 54.0904 55.0785 56.1063 56.1063 56.1063 57.0944 57.0944 58.0791 58.0791 58.0791 60.0520 64.0341 64.0853 64.0853 66.1011 66.1011 66.1011 66.1011 66.1011 66.1011 67.0892 68.0309 68.0740 68.0773 68.0773 68.1170 68.1170 69.1051 70.0138 70.0931 72.1057 72.1488 72.1488 72.1488 76.0562 76.0960 76.0960 76.0960 76.141 78.1118 78.1118 78.1118 78.1118 78.133 80.0880 80.0880 80.0880 g · mol-1 MW 1-buten-3-yne 1,2,3-butatriene cyclobutadiene 2-propenenitrile bicyclo[1.1.0]butane cyclobutene 1-azetine 2-methyl-1-propene cis-2-butene trans-2-butene 1-methylaziridine azetidine methyloxirane oxetane propylene oxide acetic acid 1,1-difluoroethene 1,2,3,4-pentatetraene penta-1,4-diyne (Z)-3-penten-1-yne 1-penten-3-yne 1,3-cyclopentadiene 2-methyl-1-buten-3-yne bicyclo[2.1.0]pent-2-ene cyclopropylacetylene pyrrole carbon suboxide furan 1H-imidazole 1H-pyrazole bicyclo[2.1.0]pentane spiropentane 2,5-dihydro-1H-pyrrole trifluoromethane dimethylcyanamide tetrahydrofuran isopentane neopentane pentane 2-butynedinitrile (E)-hexa-1,5-diyne-3-ene (Z)-hexa-1,5-diyne-3-ene hex-3-en-1,5-diyne carbon disulfide 3,4-dimethylenecyclobut-1-ene benzene bicyclo[2.2.0]hexa-2,5-diene tris(methylene)cyclopropane dimethyl sulfoxide pyrazine pyridazine pyrimidine name G4 9.61 9.16 8.06 10.96 8.79 9.47 9.31 9.24 9.14 9.15 8.67 8.32 10.09 9.69 10.24 10.62 10.27 8.77 10.31 9.11 9.00 8.59 9.25 8.15 9.19 8.22 10.66 8.89 8.82 9.28 8.66 9.39 8.08 13.77 9.20 9.42 10.02 10.18 10.21 11.94 9.08 9.11 9.08 10.11 8.80 9.29 8.93 9.08 8.86 9.28 8.70 9.39 expt 9.58 ( 0.02 9.15 to 9.40 8.16 to 9.55 10.91 ( 0.01 8.70 ( 0.01 9.43 ( 0.02 9.30 9.22 ( 0.02 9.11 ( 0.01 9.10 ( 0.01 8.7 8.3 to 9.1 10.22 ( 0.02 9.65 ( 0.01 10.22 ( 0.02 10.65 ( 0.02 10.29 ( 0.0 8.67 10.10 to 10.27 9.11 9.00 ( 0.01 8.57 ( 0.01 9.25 ( 0.02 8.0 8.7 8.207 ( 0.005 10.60 8.88 ( 0.01 8.81 ( 0.01 9.25 to 9.38 8.7 9.26 8.0 13.86 9.0 9.40 ( 0.02 10.32 ( 0.05 e10.30 ( 0.08 10.28 ( 0.10 11.40 to 11.81 9.07 9.10 9.6 10.073 ( 0.005 8.80 9.24378 ( 0.00007 9.0 9.0 9.08 to 9.90 9.00 to 9.36 8.74 ( 0.11 9.33 ( 0.07 AIE/eV 110-54-3 72323-66-1 27041-32-3 59502-33-9 35295-57-9 4513-94-4 121-46-0 3217-87-6 67254-49-3 2422-86-8 278-06-8 765-46-8 22635-78-5 108-88-3 109-06-8 62-53-3 108-95-2 51549-86-1 498-66-8 4125-18-2 51273-50-8 174-73-2 24108-33-6 2721-32-6 75-35-4 156-59-2 156-60-5 75-44-5 116-14-3 1072-20-4 4026-23-7 536-74-3 20380-31-8 33284-11-6 37846-63-2 500-24-3 694-87-1 80339-91-9 68344-46-7 20656-23-9 100-42-5 3227-91-6 35438-35-8 75-72-9 63001-13-8 4096-95-1 102575-26-8 102575-25-7 108-90-7 372-18-9 367-11-3 540-36-3 CAS-RN C6H14 C7H6 C7H6 C7H6 C7H6 C5H4N2 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C7H8 C6H7N C6H7N C6H6O C7H10 C7H10 C7H10 C7H10 C7H10 C4H5N3 C5H8N2 C2H2Cl2 C2H2Cl2 C2H2Cl2 CCl2O C2F4 C8H6 C8H6 C8H6 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 C8H8 CClF3 C8H10 C8H10 C8H10 C8H10 C6H5Cl C6H4F2 C6H4F2 C6H4F2 formula MW 86.1754 90.1225 90.1225 90.1225 90.1225 92.0987 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 92.1384 93.1265 93.1265 94.1112 94.1543 94.1543 94.1543 94.1543 94.1543 95.1026 96.1304 96.943 96.943 96.943 98.916 100.0150 102.1332 102.1332 102.1332 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.1491 104.459 106.1650 106.1650 106.1650 106.1650 112.557 114.0928 114.0928 114.0928 g · mol-1 Table 2.

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Environ Sci Technol 47, 2013, 4953 86%

Correspondence/Rebuttal pubs.acs.org/est Comment on “Atmospheric Degradation of Perfluoro-2-methyl-3pentanone:

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36I17-IJAET1117360 v6 iss5 2286-2300 86%

Murthy2 1 Mechanical Engineering Department, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Gandipet, Hyderabad-500 075, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2 Mechanical Engineering Department, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Gandipet, Hyderabad-500 075, Andhra Pradesh, India, 3 Jayapraksan Group of Educational Institutions, Mahabubnagar, Andhra Pradesh, India, ABSTRACT The use of methyl esters of vegetable oil known as biodiesel are increasingly popular because of their low impact on environment, green alternate fuel.

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Dangerous Additives 86%

E102 E104 E110 E120 E122 E123 E124 E127 E129 E131 E132 E133 E142 E150 E151 E154 E155 E161G E173 E174 E175 E180 E200 E202 E203 E210 E211 E212 E213 E214 E215 E218 E219 E220 E221 E222 E223 E224 E226 E227 E228 E230 E235 E239 E242 E249 E250 E251 E252 E284 E285 E310 E311 E312 E320 E321 E380 E385 E407 E421 E425 E431 E432 E433 E434 E435 E436 E441 E450 E451 E452 E460 E461 name  /  nom TARTRAZINE  /   JAUNE  DE  QUINOLEINE  /  QUINOLINE  YELLOW JAUNE  ORANGE  S  /  SUNSET  YELLOW  FCF  (ORANGE  YELLOW  S) COCHINELLE  (COCHINEAL)  /  CARMIN  (ACID) AZORUBINE  /  CARMOISINE AMARANTE  (AMARANTH)  /   PONCEAU  4R  /  COCHINEAL  RED  A ERYTHROSINE  /   ROUGE  ALLURA  AC  /  ALLURA  RED  AC BLEU  PATENTE  V  /  PATENT  BLUE  V INDIGOTINE  (INDIGO  CARMINE)  /  CARMIN  D'INDIGO BLUE  BRILLANT  FCF  /  BRILLANT  BLUE  FCF VERT  BRILLANT  BS,  VERT  LISSAMINE  /  GREEN  S CARAMEL NOIR  BRILLANT  BN,  NOIR  PN  /  BRILLIANT  BLACK  BN BRUN  FK  (BROWN  FK)  /   BRUN  HT  (BROWN  HT)  /   CANTHAXANTHINE  /   ALUMINIUM  /   ARGENT  /  SILVER OR  /  GOLD PIGMENT  RUBIS  /  LITHOL  RUBINE  BK ACIDE  SORBIQUE  /  SORBIC  ACID SORBATE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  SORBATE SORBATE  DE  CALCIUM  /  CALCIUM  SORBATE ACIDE  BENZOIQUE  /  BENZOIC  ACID BENZOATE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  BENZOATE BENZOATE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  BENZOATE BENZOATE  DE  CALCIUM  /  CALCIUM  BENZOATE P-­‐HYDROXYBENZOATE  D'ETHYLE  /  ETHYL  P-­‐HYDROXYBENZOATE  (PARABEN) SODIUM  P-­‐HYDROXYBENZOATE  D'ETHYLE  /   P-­‐HYDROXYBENZOATE  DE  METHYLE  /  METHYLPARABEN METHYL-­‐P-­‐HYDROXYBENZOATE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  METHYLPARABEN ANHYDRIDE  SULFUREUX  /  DIOXYDE  DE  SOUFRE  (SULFUR  DIOXIDE) SULFITE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  SULFITE BISULFITE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  BISULFITE DISULFITE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  METABISULFITE DISULFITE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  METABISULFITE SULFITE  DE  CALCIUM  /  CALCIUM  SULFITE SULFITE  ACIDE  DE  CALCIUM  /  CALCIUM  BISULFITE SULFITE  ACIDE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  HYDROGEN  SULFITE DIPHENYLE  /  BIPHENYLE NATAMYCINE  /  PIMARICIN HEXAMETHYLENE  TETRAMINE  /   DICARBONATE  DE  DIMETHYLE  /  DIMETHYL  DICARBONATE NITRITE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  NITRITE NITRITE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  NITRITE NITRATE  DE  SODIUM  /  SODIUM  NITRATE NITRATE  DE  POTASSIUM  /  POTASSIUM  NITRATE ACIDE  BORIQUE  /  BORIC  ACID TETRABORATE  DE  SODIUM  /  BORAX GALLATE  DE  PROPYLE  /  PROPYL  GALLATE GALLATE  D'OCTYLE  /  OCTYL  GALLATE GALLATE  DE  DODECYCLE  /  DODECYL  GALLATE BUTHYLHYDROXYANISOL  (BHA)  /   BUTHYLHYDROXYTOLUENE  (BHT)  /   CITRATE  DE  TRI  AMMONIUM  /  TRI-­‐AMMONIUM  CITRATE CALCIUM  SODIUM  EDTA  /  ETHYLENE  DIAMINE  TETRA  ACETATE CARRAGHENANES  (CARAGEENAN)  /   MANNITOL  /  SUCRE  DE  MANNA KONJAC  /   STEARATE  DE  POLYOXYEHYLENE  40  /  POLYOXYETHYLENE  STEARATE POLYSORBATE  20  /   POLYSORBATE  80  /   POLYSORBATE  40  /   POLYSORBATE  60  /   POLYSORBATE  65  /   GELATINE  /   DIPHOSPHATE  /  PYROPHOSPHATE  (TRISODIUM) TRIPHOSPHATE  /  SODIUM  TRIPHOSPHATE POLYPHOSPHATE  /   CELLULOSE  (MICROCRISTALLINE)  /   METHYL  CELLULOSE  /   E-­‐no.

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Ind Eng Chem Res 52, 2013, 3947-3948 85%

1020 (triisobutyl aluminum), 1065 (hexamethyldisilazane), 1066 (hexamethyldisiloxane), 1068 (dodecamethylpentasiloxane), 1069 (methyl vinyl dichlorosilane), 1071 (bis[3(triethoxysilyl)propyl]disulfide), 1072 (disilane), 1073 (silane), 1074 (tetramethylsilane), 1076 (octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane), 1364 (octamethyltrisiloxane), 1365 (octadecamethyloctasiloxane), 1366 (tetraethyl silane), 1367 (hexadecamethylheptasiloxane), 1487 (trimethyl indium), 1488 (triethyl gallium), 1490 (hexadecamethylcyclooctasiloxane), 1491 (eicosamethylnonasi- I © 2013 American Chemical Society loxane), 1492 (hexacosamethyldodecasiloxane), 1493 ((3methylacryloxypropyl)trichlorosilane), 1494 (methyl chlorosilane), 1495 (methyl dichlorosilane), 1496 (methyl trichlorosilane), 1497 (vinyltrichlorosilane), 1500 (trimethylaluminum), 1501 (trimethylgallium), 1502 (tetraethyl lead), 1503 (bis[3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl]disulfide), 1504 (trimethyl silane), 1505 (dimethylchlorosilane), 1506 (trimethylchlorosilane), 1507 (dimethyldichlorosilane), 1508 (decamethylcyclopentasiloxane), 1509 (dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane), 1510 (diphenyldichlorosilane), 1511 (ethyltrichlorosilane), 1512 (dichlorodiethylsilane), 1544 (vinyltrimethoxysilane), 1545 (trimethoxysilane), 1546 (dimethyldimethoxysilane), 1547 (phenyltrichlorosilane), 1548 (phenylmethyldichlorosilane), 1549 (trimethyl silanol), 1550 (tetradecamethylhexasiloxane), and 1551 (decamethyltetrasiloxane).

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eatingourselvesdry 85%

Natl CANCE R THERAPY The leukaemia epigenome targeted Modification of methyl groups attached to DNA alters gene expression, and mutations that deregulate this methylation are common in some leukaemias.

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MDMA pdf 85%

Your CYP3A4 enzyme changed the methyl group at the N position, and not the O position.

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1,3bis[(5-isocyanato-1,3,3-trimethylcyclohexyl)methyl]urea (CAS RN 55525-54-7);

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2231-1963 EFFECT OF INJECTION TIMING AND INJECTION PRESSURE ON A SINGLE CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS FOR JATROPA BIO DIESEL IN SINGLE AND DUAL FUEL MODE WITH CNG Meyyappan Venkatesan Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Ethiopian Institute of Technology [EIT – M], Mekelle University, Ethiopia ABSTRACT In the present investigation test were carried out to examine the performance and emissions of a direct injection diesel engine blended with Jatropa bio-diesel prepared with methanol to get jatropa oil methyl ester (JOME) .

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EGC11-US-SDS-EN 79%

2, H315 methyl acetate (CAS No) 79-20-9 5 - 23 Flam.

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